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Delivery delays are causing headaches for many people in the Jacksonville area.
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UNF President John Delaney will be awarded the Lifetime Achievement Award by OneJax at their annual Humanitarian Awards....
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The Greenville Swamp Rabbits unleashed a burst of four second-period goals in a span of eight and a...
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The Department of Veterans Affairs is honoring soldiers this holiday season.
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Jaguars running back Leonard Fournette is expected to be held out from playing on Sunday against the Houston...
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Jace Hogan's fifth double-double in 10 games wasn't enough for Jacksonville University in a 83-74 loss to South...
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E. Hunter Harrison, president and chief executive officer of CSX Corporation, died Saturday. He was 73.
Mitchell Solomon scored on a tip-in with 6 seconds left and then took a game-clinching charge at the...
Compiled By: Todd Schoenthaler Staff Writer tschoenthaler@oklahoman.com December 17 tuning in SUNDAY NFL Noon;;Green Bay...
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Thousands of holiday wreaths were spread across just as many plots at the Jacksonville National Cemetery to honor...
FCN Storm Expert Lauren Rautenkranz breaks down the weather coming through the First Coast this weekend.
RON LITTLEPAGE...
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The Jacksonville Sheriff's Office bomb squad said it did not find an explosive device after investigating reports of...
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A graduation. A vacation. A marathon victory.
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Many in Jacksonville are "food insecure" and need more food during the holiday seasons. A local church aims...
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Thousands of wreaths were brought to honor the fallen veterans at Jacksonville National Cemetery on Saturday.
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CSX's CEO Hunter Harrison died Saturday following a medical leave from his position with the company.
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One of Jacksonville's youngest killers is set to be released on probation next month.
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Memorial Park Road near Normandy Boulevard is shut down Saturday after a suspicious package was found in a...

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